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Donald Trump departed Trump Tower moments ago and is en route to the downtown Manhattan courthouse, where a jury is set to continue a second day of deliberations to determine his legal fate in his historic criminal hush money trial. The 12 jurors— seven men and five women — will determine whether Trump is guilty of 34 felony criminal charges of falsifying business records in connection with allegedly concealing reimbursements to his then-lawyer for a purported hush money scheme to silence an adult film star about an affair shortly before the 2016 presidential election. Jurors will return to court at 9:30 a.m. Trump and the attorneys will remain in the courthouse while the jury deliberates. Trump’s team has a war room of sorts and will be in there at times during jury deliberation.
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Former President Donald Trump appears in court with his lawyers Todd Blanche, Emil Bove and Susan Necheles for his hush money trial at Manhattan Criminal Court on May 28 in New York City. Spencer Platt/Getty ImagesAs the jury is set to begin deliberating today, former President Donald Trump and his team are preparing for a possible conviction in his criminal New York hush money case. While there remains hope for a hung jury, legal advisers have privately warned Trump and his team to prepare for a possible conviction in the case. Privately, Trump has asked allies what they think the outcome will be, while complaining that the trial is rigged against him. “It’s all the about the messaging—pre-trial, during the trial and then after the trial,” one source close to Trump told CNN.
Persons: Donald Trump, Todd Blanche, Emil Bove, Susan Necheles, Spencer Platt, Trump, , Organizations: Manhattan Criminal, Trump, CNN Locations: New York City, York, Manhattan
Defense attorney Todd Blanche will present first Tuesday morning with closing arguments expected to take 2.5 to 3 hours, a person familiar tells CNN. Essentially, Trump’s lawyers do not want the lead prosecutor to have another crack at the jury before they retire to deliberate. What they are expected to say today: In their closing, Trump’s team will revisit many of the arguments they made at trial — that allegedly falsified documents were not falsified because Michael Cohen was working as a lawyer to President Trump in 2017, according to the person familiar. They will also argue that if documents were falsified, it was Cohen who falsified them by lying about how much he was owed, according to the source. The Trump team does not feel that Robert Costello’s disastrous appearance on the witness stand last week will ultimately hurt their case or their arguments about Cohen.
Persons: Todd Blanche, Joshua Steinglass, Michael Cohen, Trump, Cohen, Allen Weisselberg, Trump's, The, Robert Costello’s Organizations: CNN, Trump, Lawyers, The Trump
He’s spent his twenties – all five years of them so far – perfecting his vision for economy class dual-level seating. At 6 feet 2 inches (1.88 meters), Núñez Vicente was used to cramped airplane journeys in which he struggled for legroom and struggled to sleep. He imagines the Chaise Longue seats in the middle of each cabin, flanked by regular seating on either side. Testing out the conceptHere's the lower level of the business-class/first-class version of the dual-level seat concept. Here's Núñez Vicente demonstrating what it's like to lie flat in the lower level seat.
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Smoke rises following an Israeli strike, in the Jabalya refugee camp in the northern Gaza Strip on May 18. Rami Zohod/ReutersA displaced woman has told CNN of the dire conditions at the Jabalya refugee camp in northern Gaza, after Israel's military heavily bombarded the area and engaged in renewed fighting with Palestinian militants there. We wake up scared and go to bed scared,” Ibtisam Abu Abeid told CNN on Friday. Bassal's teams have recovered at least 150 bodies and rescued hundreds of wounded people over the past week at the refugee camp, he told CNN on Saturday. Bassal said Israeli fire has made his team of first responders afraid to approach certain areas, despite calls for help from citizens.
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Read previewPresident Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump agreed on Wednesday to an unprecedented June presidential debate. It will easily be the earliest televised, major presidential debate in history. In comparison, 16 networks aired live coverage of the first 2020 presidential debate. AdvertisementEarlier in the day, Biden's campaign proposed two presidential debates outside the traditional nonpartisan organization that has scheduled such contests for decades. Biden's reelection team started selling a "Free on Wednesdays" shirt to tout their debate proposal before Trump accepted the June proposal.
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Read previewPresident Joe Biden's campaign is trolling Donald Trump over his Manhattan criminal trial while pushing the former president to agree to an unprecedented summer presidential debate. On Wednesday morning, Biden's campaign proposed two presidential debates outside the traditional nonpartisan organization that has scheduled such contests for decades. Their suggestion includes an unprecedented June debate, which would easily be the earliest major presidential debate. ;'"The biggest shake-up to presidential debates in decadesBiden's proposed debates would be in June and early September. The organization, the Commission on Presidential Debates, has faced criticism in recent years, especially from Republicans, over its selection of moderators.
Persons: , Joe Biden's, Donald Trump, Biden, CNN's, I’ve, Donald, — Joe Biden, Trump, Juan Merchan, doesn't, Let's, Biden's, Robert F, Kennedy Jr, Jen O'Malley Dillon, Dillon, George H.W Bush's, O'Malley Dillon Organizations: Service, Manhattan, Business, Republican National Convention, Electoral College –, American Locations: @CNN, Manhattan
Attorneys were at a sidebar as prosecutor Susan Hoffinger began asking Michael Cohen about a Wall Street Journal story from 2018 on American Media Inc., the payments and Cohen's conversation with ex-National Enquirer publisher David Pecker. "David was very concerned because it was going to affect AMI, it was going to affect him," Cohen said. Cohen says he told Pecker: "I told him that matter was going to be taken care of, and the person of course who was going to be able to do it was Jeff Sessions," who was attorney general at the time. Cohen testifies that he told Pecker that because "that was post my conversation with the president." Hoffinger confirmed with Cohen that he had already had a conversation with Trump about it at that point.
Persons: Susan Hoffinger, Michael Cohen, David Pecker, David, Cohen, Merchan, Pecker, Jeff Sessions, Hoffinger, Trump Organizations: American Media Inc, National Enquirer, AMI
AdvertisementDonald Trump sits next to his attorneys Todd Blanche and Emil Bove during the former president's criminal hush-money trial in Manhattan. Eric Trump listens as his father, Donald Trump, speaks to the media in the courtroom hallway during the former president's criminal hush-money trial. Vance listens as Donald Trump speaks to the media in the Manhattan courthouse where his hush-money trial is taking place. AdvertisementFormer President Donald Trump speaks alongside his wife, former first lady Melania Trump, during a rare joint appearance as they arrived to vote in Florida's primary election. "There was no crime," Donald Trump railed Tuesday as he spoke to reporters in the courtroom hallway.
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Prosecutors say it’s entirely possible they could rest their case by the end of this week. Cohen himself was federally charged with campaign finance violations, tax crimes and lying to Congress in previous testimony. Judge to Cohen: Please stop talking: Trump attorney Todd Blanche urged Judge Juan Merchan on Friday to order Cohen to stop talking about the trial and Trump. Trump is not allowed to talk about Cohen because of the gag order in place. Assistant District Attorney Joshua Steinglass responded that prosecutors have repeatedly instructed Cohen and all of the other witnesses in the case not to speak publicly about it.
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CNN's documentary examines the details leading to Reeva Steenkamp’s murder Rikki Hibbert Photography/Courtesy of StimuliiPistorius shot Steenkamp four times through the bathroom door of his house. Why did he do it?” Steenkamp’s mother, June, asked in the documentary. Very clever, and she was always laughing.”“She would have done amazing things,” said Tania Koen, CEO of the Reeva Steenkamp Foundation. The world was a better place with Reeva in it.”Pistorius, now 37 years old, was released on parole on January 5 this year. Steenkamp’s mother has been vocal in her criticism of his release and expressed her concern for the safety of other women.
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Read previewAn Israeli detention center is subjecting Palestinians to abuse, strapping detainees down to their beds, blindfolding them, and holding them in diapers, a new CNN report alleges. It has been the site of abusive conduct against some of the 70 Palestinian detainees, three Israeli whistleblowers told CNN. One whistleblower told CNN that beatings were "not done to gather intelligence. In a field hospital, wounded detainees were strapped to beds, dressed in diapers, and fed through straws, CNN reported. In November, Business Insider's Alia Shoaib reported on graphic videos appearing to show IDF soldiers abusing Palestinian detainees in the West Bank.
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CNN spoke to three Israeli whistleblowers who worked at the Sde Teiman desert camp, which holds Palestinians detained during Israel’s invasion of Gaza. Reports of abuse at Sde Teiman have already surfaced in Israeli and Arab media after an outcry from Israeli and Palestinian rights groups over conditions there. CNN has requested permission from the Israeli military to access the Sde Teiman base. The account tallied with details of a letter authored by a doctor working at Sde Teiman published by Ha’aretz in April. The structure, which resembles an animal pen, is located in the central area of the Sde Teiman compound.
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download the appSign up to get the inside scoop on today’s biggest stories in markets, tech, and business — delivered daily. "That means we will defeat Hamas, including in Rafah, we have no other choice," the prime minister said. Many of these weapons are precision weapons, but they still have the potential to cause significant collateral damage. "If you want to avoid civilian casualties, you need these weapons rather than imprecise weaponry," Netanyahu argued during the interview, referring to US precision weapons. In addition to eliminating Hamas' battalions, Netanyahu also confirmed that his goals of getting hostages back has not changed since the start of Israel's war with Hamas.
Persons: , Joe Biden, Benjamin Netanyahu, Israel, Netanyahu, Phil McGraw, Phil, Biden, CNN's Erin Burnett, we've, We've Organizations: Service, Israeli, Business, US Locations: Gaza, Rafah, Israel, I'm
Donald Trump is heading into the most perilous phase of his hush money trial aside from the moment when the jury retires to consider its verdict. Merchan also instructed Trump’s attorney, Todd Blanche, to rein in his client after complaining that the defendant had cursed audibly and shaken his head during Daniels’ testimony. The judge was concerned that the jury might notice the witness being intimidated — which he warned he could not allow to continue. So far, Trump — who has launched searing attacks on the judge — has managed to refrain from openly attacking Daniels since she took the stand. And her appearance is only an appetizer for expected explosive evidence in the coming days of the biggest star witness, Trump’s former lawyer and fixer Michael Cohen.
Persons: Donald Trump, Stormy Daniels, Trump, Judge Juan Merchan, Merchan, Todd Blanche, Daniels, , Michael Cohen Organizations: Trump, Trump —
The US paused a shipment of bombs to Israel last week amid rising concerns over a Rafah assault. Israeli soldiers work on armored military vehicles at a staging ground near the Israeli-Gaza border, in southern Israel on May 8, 2024. That would be a more difficult fight for the Israeli military, Byman said. A view shows Israeli F-16 fighter jets on a runway in an airbase in southern Israel on March 4, 2024. It is not necessarily an unprecedented move, as past US administrations have also threatened to withhold military support from Israel.
Persons: Joe Biden, , Israel, Biden, Benjamin Netanyahu's, Daniel Byman, Byman, Israel's, CNN's Erin Burnett, We're, Raphael Cohen, Cohen, Hatem Khaled, John Kirby, Mohammed Salem, Netanyahu Organizations: US, Service, AP, State Department, Attack Munitions, Transnational, Center for Strategic, International Studies, Hezbollah, REUTERS, RAND Corporation, AIR FORCE, US Army Reserve, White House National Security Council Locations: Israel, Washington, Gaza, Rafah, I'm, Egypt
Judge Aileen Cannon on Tuesday delayed Donald Trump's classified documents case indefinitely. AdvertisementUS District Judge Aileen Cannon handed former President Donald Trump yet another legal win when she delayed his classified documents case indefinitely on Tuesday. It's just the latest legal win for Trump in the classified documents case handed to him by Cannon. Ty Cobb, a former Trump White House attorney, told CNN on Tuesday that Cannon's latest decision was "a combination of bias and incompetence." In light of Cannon's latest delay, Kalir said it was not surprising given her prior actions on the case.
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President Joe Biden underlined his threat to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. The White House has warned Israel of what will happen if they launch a large invasion of Rafah. Biden said he would cut off Israel from offensive weapons if such an invasion occurred. Israel has considered for weeks whether to launch a major invasion of Rafah, Gaza's southernmost city, where more than a million Palestinians have fled. Biden is also facing immense political pressure on the left as protests on college campuses throughout the nation challenge his support for Israel.
Persons: Joe Biden, Benjamin Netanyahu, Israel, Biden, , there's, CNN's Erin Burnett, it's, We're, we're, Netanyahu, Mike Johnson, Mitch McConnell Organizations: Israeli, Service, United Nations, Associated Press, Hamas, Republicans, Congress, Israel Locations: Rafah, Israel, Gaza's, Gaza
Kevin O'Leary said he would've fired the Hims & Hers CEO for backing the pro-Palestinian protests. AdvertisementHims & Hers CEO Andrew Dudum should have been fired immediately for supporting the pro-Palestinian student protesters, says "Shark Tank" host and investor Kevin O'Leary. On May 1, Dudum said in an X post that student protesters should "keep going" because "it's working." People are very polarized by this war, as they are in every war," O'Leary said. Last week, the businessman said in an interview on Fox News' "The Five" that pro-Palestinian student protesters will be "screwed" when they start job hunting.
Persons: Kevin O'Leary, would've, Andrew Dudum, " O'Leary, Dudum's, , O'Leary, Dudum, you’re, Dudum didn't, CNN's Laura Poole Organizations: Service, Palestinian, Fox Business, Columbia University, UCLA, BI, Fox News, Google, National Labor Relations Board Locations: Israel, Gaza
A core demand over by the pro-Palestinian student groups at Columbia University was for the school to withdraw investment funds from what they describe as companies profiting from Israel’s war in Gaza. The group has described those companies as profiting “from Israeli apartheid, genocide, and military occupation of Palestine.” Israel denies accusations of genocide. Columbia now lists five areas where it refrains from investing: tobacco, private prison operations, thermal coal, Sudan and fossil fuels — all decisions made in the past decade. Columbia was also the first Ivy League university to divest from South Africa, and various other colleges followed suit. In 2015, Columbia became the first US university to divest from private prison companies after a student campaign raising concerns about human rights abuses.
Persons: ” Israel Organizations: Columbia University, Columbia, Ivy League, Columbia’s, Trustees Locations: Gaza, Palestine, Columbia, Sudan, South Africa
Stock futures soared higher on Friday morning after new data showed that US job growth slowed considerably last month. The US added just 175,000 new jobs in April, according to Bureau of Labor Statistics data released Friday. That's far below economists expectations for 235,000 jobs and the 315,000 jobs added in March. A still-robust job market means the central bank could continue to keep rates elevated without fear of sending the economy into a recession. If the labor market weakens, the Fed is more likely to consider a rate cut.
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Read previewFormer President Donald Trump says he didn't fall asleep during his hush-money trial. Trump has been regularly appearing in a Manhattan court since the trial kicked off on April 15. "I simply close my beautiful blue eyes, sometimes, listen intensely, and take it ALL in!!!" Related storiesHaberman, however, did acknowledge that there were times where Trump really was just closing his eyes. Besides the case in Manhattan, Trump has been charged in three other criminal cases, including a state criminal case in Georgia over accusations that he attempted to overturn the 2020 election results.
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The "Shark Tank" host said employers could identify applicants who joined in the protests using AI. Advertisement"Shark Tank" host and investor Kevin O'Leary says pro-Palestinian student protesters will be "screwed" when they start job hunting. That goes in this pile over here, cause I can get the same person's talent in this pile that's not burning anything," O'Leary told Fox News' The Five on Wednesday. So if you're burning down something, or taking a flag down, or fighting with police, I'm sorry, you're trashing your personal brand," O'Leary told CNN's Laura Coates. "Harassment and intimidation, there's no place for that, frankly at those universities, and certainly no place for that at a company like Exxon Mobil," Woods told the outlet.
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Hiring activity was stronger than expected in the US private sector last month, according to payroll processor ADP’s latest employment estimates. Employers added 192,000 jobs in April, down from March's job gains, (which were upwardly revised by 24,000 to 208,000 jobs) according to ADP’s national employment report released Wednesday. However, economists were anticipating a net gain of 175,000 jobs, according to FactSet consensus estimates. While job growth has accelerated to start the year, wage gains are showing a continued moderation, according to the report. While ADP’s tabulations don’t always correlate with the official federal jobs report — which is due out Friday — it’s sometimes viewed as a proxy for overall hiring activity.
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The defense started its cross-examination of David Pecker, the former publisher of the National Enquirer, on Thursday. When asked, Pecker acknowledged he still has equity in AMI. Trump's attorney asked Pecker if he managed AMI to make money. Bove asked. Bove asked.
Persons: David Pecker, Donald Trump's, Emil Bove, Pecker, Bove Organizations: National Enquirer, American Media Inc, AMI, AMI wasn't
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